New Online Service Offers Refurbished And Surplus Gadgets In India

Posted on May 14, 2012. Filed under: India, Technology | Tags: , | buys factory-repaired products inbulk, offers discounted prices and extended warranties to consumers.

RLC ( Reverse Logistics Company ) has launched , a site that sells refurbished goods at discounted prices. Moreover, it also offers discontinued or overproduced branded products.

According to the company,Indian consumers are very budget conscious, and don’t want to compromise on quality either. To meet theserequirements, RLC makes sure that every product it sell goes through a thorough quality control process. The company also provides an option for buyers to opt for extended warranty. It claims that this initiative isn’t only beneficialto consumers, but will also help the manufacturers keepup with the e-waste regulations.

If you’re interested in buying refurbished or discontinued gadgets at low prices, head over to . Currently, the catalogue isn’t too exhaustive, but we are hoping that it will get better with time. Those who believein checking out products before making a purchase can step into any of these 40 stores, scattered across India.


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